Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and a key White House adviser, on Monday spoke at a summit aimed at gathering ideas for modernizing the government.
A malware campaign known as Gooligan has reportedly infected more than 1.3 million Android phones by hacking into users' Google accounts.
Songstress Barbra Streisand was not happy with her iPhone’s voice-command function routinely mispronouncing her name.
On The Five, Greg Gutfeld reported that the ridesharing service Uber plans to allow customers to order self-driving cars from their phones.
A recent report shows that the terror group operates a round-the-clock “help desk,” helping terrorists secretly communicate and stay informed.
Cracked smartphone screens could soon be a thing of the past.
A group of hardware and software developers is building a tiny computer that's small enough to put in your pocket and comes with a price tag of only $9.
Driverless cars guided by by sensors and cameras will be be tested on roads in three U.K. cities in a trial program to begin in January next year.
President Obama hosted the first-ever White House Maker Faire in an effort to launch a new industrial revolution in America. The event featured inventors of all ages who built technology of the future.
In this booming age of technology, children today are growing up in a very different world than their parents. But can smartphones and tablets actually be harmful to your child’s development?
A new study reveals the not-so-shocking truth that 72 percent of Americans are within five feet of their smart phones the majority of the day.
This electric car, the prototype of which was designed by engineers in South Korea, allows its driver to pull into even the tightest of parking spots before getting out and sending the car into "transformer mode" using a smart phone app.